UK, US media highlight British pilot’s hospital discharge after defeating coronavirus The UK media has run articles highlighting the hospital discharge of a British pilot – known as Patient 91 and the most seriously ill COVID-19 case in Vietnam who spent more than two months on life support before returning home on July 12. … [Read more...] about Why does Vietnam have many Covid-19-related deaths in the second wave of Covid-19?
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"As the pandemic redefines our lives, and businesses step up their digital transformation efforts, consumers are demanding more from the applications that they use to work, play, and connect," said Adam Judd, Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific, China and Japan, at F5. "To truly integrate convenience and security, businesses should proactively involve consumers across the development of the applications, not only at the end. This is especially the case in an age where both application consumption and security vulnerabilities are multiplying by the day. Partnering with consumers means that the industry can thrive, and businesses, together with their digital partners, can create better solutions that deliver seamless yet secure experiences, any time, all the time. Ultimately, showing users what's at stake will help them feel that they should be invested in their own protection." … [Read more...] about New F5 Research Reveals 75 Percent of Asia Pacific Consumers Do Not Feel Responsible for Their Own Data Security
As schools worldwide seek to put in place safety measures that allow them to reopen, the latest data from the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) reveals that 43 percent of schools around the world lacked access to basic handwashing with soap and water in 2019 – a key condition for them to be able to operate safely in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. … [Read more...] about 2 in 5 schools globally lacked basic handwashing facilities before COVID-19: UNICEF, WHO
“My ships have stopped working since August 1 and I have sent an official letter to the tax authority asking to suspend the operation of my ships until the end of August in order to avoid tax of VNĐ8 million (US$345) per ship,” said cruise ship owner Nguyễn Văn Minh, adding that he would continue to suspend his business if the situation did not improve. … [Read more...] about Cruise ship owners in Quảng Ninh request halt to operations